News: Wine Business
Australian wines in general already enjoy an enviable reputation, especially overseas, but the industry is still keen to improve how it markets these premium wines to consumers.
After the year that was, Dr. Armando Corsi reflects on the number of innovations that rose from the adversity faced by the Australian wine industry in 2020.
Professor Anderson's research on international trade and development and wine economics is amongst the most read publications in The Journal of Wine Economics.
Winner of the WCA Best Wine Student award, Haylee Butler share’s how her passion for wine paved the way for a career change. By studying a Graduate Diploma in Wine Business, Haylee was introduced to the industry and the many opportunities afforded by a career in wine business.
Labels represent a key communication tool about what lies within a bottle of wine. We often discuss label styles across colour combinations, fonts and size, but soon we may also include nutritional information in this conversation.
Director of Wine Business, Dr. Rebecca Dolan explores the relationship between wine label design and taste in shaping consumer reactions.
Local Tasmanian wine legend Paul Smart, shares his experiences studying a Master of Wine Business remotely and how it has allowed him to expand his marketing knowledge, helping him secure his current role with Wine Tasmania and grow his own wine business, Quiet Mutiny.
South Australia (SA) is undoubtedly the wine capital of Australia. Home to 18 wine regions, and boasting over 200 cellar doors, South Australia is a premium wine tourism destination, with a booming industry that looks set to continue growing.
University of Adelaide graduate, Sophie Eather shares her experiences studying international business, and how combining her degree with her passion for languages, opened up a world of opportunity for her both locally and internationally.